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I referenced this the other day, but here is the first Walk-Ins Welcome Story Hour, Episode 6. There are a few episodes like this, but this one specifcially notes, among other things, the original and what was, at the time, the hope it would one day return.

Thankfully, we all know how that turned out. I’m glad I’ve gotten to play my own small role in helping Bridget achieve this dream, and that’s true for everyone here as well. You can find this either at Ricochet or iOS, I’ll provide the iOS link here:

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Hello new followers, I hope I don’t disappoint you. I want this place to feel like home, where we can escape the Thunderdome and process the world. Where we can post dog pics and recipes and book recommendations. Where we support each other as we get sober, lose weight, embark on new business opportunities, creative endeavors, relationships and travels. I want this to be your oasis of sanity and laughter in an increasingly mad world. A creative outlet where you can share your spirit with us.

We might not have any control over the news cycle—but we can control our habits and attitude. It all starts with us. And hopefully a little piece of that will start here.

Today is Ruby’s first birthday. She has grown a little in a year.

Happy Tuesday Phetasy Phamily! A couple of prayers for perspective on this chilly morning.

The bliss of growth,
the glory of action,
the splendour of beauty,
for yesterday is but a dream,
and tomorrow is only a vision.
But TODAY well-lived makes
every yesterday a dream of happiness
and every tomorrow a vision of hope.
Look well therefore to this day!
Such is the salutation of the dawn.

The beauty of life is to be found not in luxury, but in simplicity;
In sweat of the brow, sweat of the hands,
sweat of the heart; in pride of work, without greed of gold.

To be loyal in friendship, patient in suffering,
and rich in laughter is to be a good comrade in the workshop of life,
and to such faithful servants God will pay wages of peace and joy.

Giles Harcourt, Short Prayers for the Long Day .

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